Scoliosis support in adult - new diagnosis
Looking for some current reviews regarding scoliosis care in adults. I've had ongoing one-sided shoulder (trapezius) pain after the birth of my 2nd kid, 17 years ago -- tried various modalities (massage, physical therapy, acupuncture, etc.) with limited improvement. Started having opposite sided hip pain and decided to have it evaluated by a chiropractor, because why not. Chiropractor did xrays that showed thoracolumbar scoliosis. Images were repeated and confirmed by my Kaiser doc, who sent me to see a physiatrist doc who said no surgery and sent me a physical therapist who has zero experience with scoliosis. I'm still seeing the chiropractor regularly -- and while it does help alleviate pain, I get no guidance on things I can do proactively on my own. I'm in my mid forties and would like to do all the things possible to avoid worsening pain or surgery. Anyone have advice or practitioners (preferably Bekeley/East Bay) they can recommend?